Category Archives: unraveling

WHAT DO THE WORD “GAY” AND THE REBEL FLAG HAVE IN COMMON WITH HERESY?

A Book Review I just finished reading A World on Fire: Britain’s Crucial Role in the American Civil War by Amanda Foreman. The book ended up being far more fascinating than I anticipated. I read it, and then I immediately read … Continue reading

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WHEN THE COVETOUS RULE

ENVY AND JEALOUSY We live perilous times.  Yet I doubt Americans fully appreciate the danger. Instead, even most Conservative bloggers treat the matter as something of a joke. We Americans don’t laugh; however, we just don’t like being laughed at. Here … Continue reading

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NO POLITICAL FIX

Recently I reblogged a highly interesting post, Reblog: Article V Of The Constitution. The Final Straw?. In Article V Of The Constitution. The Final Straw?, posted at Political Realities,  SirPublius examined whether we could use Article V of the Constitution to … Continue reading

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WHAT EXPLAINS AMERICA’S DECLINE? — PART 2

 How Has Private Commerce Been Corrupted By Government? The Cult Of The Leader Why do we have private commerce? When America was founded, the people believed we are each entitled to use the fruits of our labors as we think … Continue reading

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Reblog: Detroit News behind the MCT curve on the impending ‘tsunami’ of retail store closings

It appears we will be seeing a bunch of brick and mortar store closings. Whether that will be due to the Internet or the strength of the economy still remains to be seen. However, we should be able to tell … Continue reading

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